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Crown Trade White Undercoat

Crown Trade White Undercoat
Excl. VAT: £11.10 Incl. VAT: £13.32
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Excl. VAT: £11.10 Incl. VAT: £13.32
product information


A high quality undercoat for use over correctly prepared and primed joinery and metal.

technical specifications


Application Brush , Roller
RecoatableTime 16 Hours
Spreading Rate Up to 18sq.mtrs per litre
Pack Size 1L, 2.5L, 5L
Touch Dry 6 Hours
MPN 5027125, 5027126, 5027127
GTIN 5010131014819, 5010131014802, 5010131014796


  • • For interior and exterior use
  • • Excellent obliteration
  • • Good wet edge retention
  • • Excellent adhesion and opacity
  • • Maximum gloss hold out when overcoated


before using crown trade undercoat


All surfaces must be suitably dry, and free from anything that will interfere with the adhesion of the materials to be applied.

Prior to painting the moisture should not exceed 18%. Remove grey and denatured surfaces by rubbing down with abrasive paper or by mechanical means and round sharp edges 1-3mm. Organic growth must be removed and the areas treated with aTrade Fungicidal Solution.

Remove any defective putty glazing, clean and prime rebates, replacement putties must be allowed to form a hard skin. Treat knots with two thin coats of fresh knotting. Fill any fixing holes, open joints and shallow surface defects with a Trade Ready Mixed Filler or a two pack proprietary wood filler.

Rub down with a suitable grade of abrasive paper. Remove all dust. Prior to painting the moisture should not exceed 18% wood moisture equivalent.

Prime with one coat of  Wood Primer, or for hardwood, Aluminium Wood Primer. Allow to dry. 

For more information please refer to Data Sheet



how to apply crown trade undercoat

Stir well before use.

Apply by brush or roller to an even thickness (a fine, soft long filament bristle brush gives best results). Maintain a wet edge.

On timber lay off in the direction of the grain.

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